Implementing The New ANSI Standards
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The Society of Human Resources (SHRM) began an intensive effort to sponsor the development of organizational standards in 2009. SHRM's intent was to capture and codify the threshold customs, procedures, and practices of their most effective practitioners in HRM.
This meant assembling interested parties whether they be members, nonmembers or laymen to the HR field. Through their relationships with both the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization of Standardization (ISO), SHRM has spearheaded the establishment of professional HR standards in the United States and around the globe.
This live audio conference will explore how these initiatives affect HR practitioners and professionals. The program will delve into what implications these standards will have on the way HR is practiced in the workplace from the view of an HR professional.
- Overview and Definition of HR ANSI Standards
- The Goal of SHRM Is the Developmentof HR Standards To
- Establish the Science or Technology of HR
- Train Practitioners in the Art of Using the Standards
- Areas Where Standards Will Be Developed
- Definitions (DEF)
- Mergers, Acquisitions and Outsourcing (MAO)
- Metrics and Measures (MAM)
- Performance Management (PER)
- Compliance and Regulatory (CAR)
- Diversity and Inclusion (DAI)
- Compensation and Benefits (CAB)
- Sustainability and Workforce Readiness (SWR)
- Employee and Labor Relations (ELR)
- Training and Employee Development (TED)
- Staffing and Workforce Planning (SWP)
- International (INT) US TAG
- Organizational Development and Change Management (ODC)
- What Has Been Accomplished Since Inception
- Staffing and Workforce Planning Timeline Estimate
- Cost per Hire Standard
- Goals for 2013 and Beyond
- Establishing Guidelines Going Forward
- Guidelines for Reporting on Human Capital to Investors
- Reporting to Investors and Other Shareholders
- Practical Use for HR Practitioners
- Applying the HR Standards Going Forward
- How to Get Involved
Thelá R. Thatch, MBA, PHR
- Currently regional human resource manager for Live Nation Entertainment
- Owner of Management Resource Solutions, a HR consulting firm that she founded in 2010
- Has more than 20 years of business experience
- Adjunct faculty at Strayer University's Business School
- Self-published Employee Handbooks 101 – An Expert's Guide for Small Businesses and is currently working on various nonfiction and fiction works
- Member of the National Association of African Americans in HR (NAAAHR) where she served on the board in Columbia, South Carolina
- M.B.A. degree, North Greenville University; B.A. degree in communications, Kean University
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Who Should Attend
This teleconference is designed for human resource managers, personnel managers, supervisors, business owners and managers, team leaders, CEOs, presidents and vice presidents.
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This presentation is also available in a recorded format, in CD version, as shown in the pricing options below.
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